Honored Kid

Liam Bonner

Liam Bonner Kid Photo

Location

Chicago, IL, US

Diagnosis

Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

July 2006

Status

Angel

Treated At

Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital

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My Story

Liam was in many ways, a typical 3 year old little boy. He loved to play baseball with his brother, ride his bike, watch Caillou, eat watermelon, tell jokes, and snuggle with his blanket. From the day he was born, we knew there was something special about him. He was very charismatic. Everyone who knew him, loved him. Although he never sought attention, it always seemed to find him. Liam's smile was contagious. His laughter bellowed from deep within his small body. He was an athletic lefty who did not back down from a challenge and liked to do things for himself. Liam's greatest wish was 'that this cancer would go away because I want to go to school.' There are truly not enough words to capture his amazing spirit!

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